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central's world news headquarters in new york, this is the "daily show" with jon stewart. ( cheers and applause ) >> jon: welcome to the "daily show." my name is jon stewart. we've got a great show for you tonight. thank you. in my-- in my continuing effort to make myself look as much like a keebler elf as possible, our guest tonight magic johnson will be joining us. ( applause ) have we had anybody-- i think flaft two weeks have, we had anybody under, like, 6'6" on the show? everybody that's been on the show gives me a ride home in their pocket. ( laughter ) let's juch right into the big story with our continuing coverage of democalypse 2012. ( laughter ) >> i-- i hope you have dolby at home. because that's-- ( laughter ) folks, election watchers are always poised this late in the campaign season for what they refer to as an october surprise. it appears that time is upon us. as evidenced by the recent presidential debate where barack obama unveiled his explosive october surprise that he has given up. ( laughter ). surprise! ( applause ) even the president acknowledged to his less
: different story indeed. we have brand new stories and breaking news. jon: the growing controversy over the white house response to the benghazi tear or attack. it is being compared to president bush's mission accomplished remark in the iraq war. we'll take a fair and balanced look. >>> the next big outbreak. scary new details on the roll that animals might play into the spread of deadly diseases into the human population. >>> plus leaping into the history books, the death defying dive from the edge of space. jenna: you're next, right? jon: i'll try it. how fearlessthe sound barrier with the highest free fall ever. it is all "happening now.". jon: good morning morn to you. we're one day away from the smoke doe down between president obama and mitt romney. i'm jon scott. jenna: hi, everybody, i'm jenna lee. we're glad you're with us today. both men are hard at work on their final preparations and there is a lot riding on tomorrow east townhall debate. until the next debate when there will be a lot riding. jon: of course. jenna: every debate is a moment we're playing attention to. governo
from tainted steroids may be just the beginning. now dr. jon lapook reports other drugs could be contaminated. and bob orr with the notes president kennedy wrote when the world faced nuclear war 50 years ago. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. for us today the most compelling story in the world involves a 14-year-old girl fighting for her life. she held up a light against the darkness of ignorance and now millions around the world are watching to see if she will die for her cause. malala yousafzai was taken today to a british hospital for treatment of a gunshot wound to the head. a week ago in pakistan a taliban gunman climbed aboard her school bus to assassinate her because of her long campaign to open schools to more girls in that country. we have two reports tonight. elizabeth palmer went to malala's hometown in pakistan. but we're going to begin with charlie d'agata in birmingham, england. charlie? >> reporter: doctors here are just beginning to examine malala scott, but they said this afternoon there's ev
. not a bad idea trying to drop one down but it's foul. kozma now. shane robinson on deck. and then jon jay against mijares, with jason motte. the cardinal closer getting loose. will have at least a two-run lead in the bottom of this ninth. kozma. strike two. kozma with an rbi single, a stolen base, a run scored in the four-run fourth for st. louis. each side got more in the fourth. after the cardinals got two in the second and the home run by freese. that is all the scoring. fouled back. kozma, not a big guy. he gets a pretty good riff. the count still 0-2. not only does he have a single. for an rbi. but he has lined out to left. >> joe: another 0-2. down for ball one. the giants in their half of this ninth will have the eight, nine and one spot. crawford, pinch-hitter and pagan. two pinch-hitters at the start. kozma strikes out. >> tim: wow! what a disappearing slider by mijares. watch this ball break. it disappears on kozma. missed that ball by eight inchs. that is nasty right there. >> joe: so one out, shane robinson will come off the bench to bat for boggs. one scoreless inning for mit
. and then jon jay against mijares, with jason motte. the cardinal closer getting loose. will have at least a two-run lead in the bottom of this ninth. kozma. strike two. kozma with an rbi single, a stolen base, a run scored in the four-run fourth for st. louis. each side got more in the fourth. after the cardinals got two in the second and the home run by freese. that is all the scoring. fouled back. kozma, not a big guy. he gets a pretty good riff. the count still 0-2. not only does he have a single. for an rbi. but he has lined out to left. >> joe: another 0-2. down for ball one. the giants in their half of this ninth will have the eight, nine and one spot. crawford, pinch-hitter and pagan. two pinch-hitters at the start. kozma strikes out. >> tim: wow! what a disappearing slider by mijares. watch this ball break. it disappears on kozma. missed that ball by eight inchs. that is nasty right there. >> joe: so out, shane robinson will come off the bench to bat for boggs. one scoreless inning for mitchell. after mujica struck out the side in the seventh. rosenthal worked a scoreless sixth. rzepczy
.s. senate playing a pivotal role in so many legal battles and confirmation dramas. here tonight jon karl now. >> reporter: he was a native of kansas but chose pennsylvania to be his home. after law school at yale he settled in philadelphia. eventually becoming district attorney. after the kennedy assassination, sector served on the warren commission and helped develop the single-bullet theory. specter was elected to the senate as a republican in 1980 becoming a fiercely independent centrist and a powerful voicen the josh elliott committee and infuriated his own party by helping to sink robert bork's nomination. >> judge bork, with all due respect, i think you're putting the rabbit in the hat. >> reporter: his tough grilling of anita hill angered democrats. >> i object to that vociferously. i'm asking questions here. >> reporter: and helped lift clarence thomas to the high court. in 2009 he again infuriated republicans by supporting president obama's $800 billion stimulus bill. he lost the support of his party and became a democrat, but pennsylvania democrats didn't return the favor, and he l
is to me, the less you should trust it. >> why do you think so many people think you and jon stewart are more effective at exposing hypocrisy, getting to real truths, than the news media is? >> i don't know if that's the case. >> well, i think certainly there are people who believe that. >> ok. they're entitled to their beliefs. i don't know. jokes make me palatable. i would say that. comedy just helps an idea go down. that's all. and just makes you listen for a minute. >> we've been talking some about the absurdity of politics, the political discourse. so here comes your book. >> about damn time. the qvc guys are coming in in a minute, order now and you'll get one. >> this goes right to what you're talking about in this campaign, "america again: re-becoming the greatness we never weren't," at a time when you write about america's perfect, now we should change it. >> fix it. america is perfect and we have to fix it, ok? because america is an exceptional country. >> why write another book here? >> what? >> i mean, you've written others. >> you obviously haven't read it if you have to
's jon karl brings us an exclusive first look at a report which shows 100 ways in which congress is still wasting nearly $18 billion in taxpayer money. jon has our washington watchdog tonight. >> reporter: chances are, when you think "nonprofit," you don't think the national football league. after all, the nfl pulled in more than $9 billion last year but the league calls itself a nonprofit organization and avoids paying some $40 million in taxes every year. >> we have some of the biggest corporations in america paying no taxes whatsoever. you know something is wrong with the code. >> reporter: the nfl loophole is just one of the examples in senator tom coburn's new "wastebook 2012 report" on government waste. there's the $325,000 squirrel robot. it looks so real, it can fool a rattlesnake. the million dollar martian menu. nasa has no planes for a manned mission to the red planet, but it is spending nearly $1 million a year researching the kind of food to eat there. and the lake murray airport in oklahoma, just one flight a month, but it gets $150,000 a year from the faa. the oklahoma airp
many people think you and jon stewart are more effective at exposing hypocrisy, getting to real truths, than the news media is? >> i don't know if that's the case. >> well, i think certainly there are people who believe that. >> ok. they're entitled to their beliefs. i don't know. jokes make me palatable. i would say that. comedy just helps an idea go down. that's all. and just makes you listen for a minute. >> we've been talking some about the absurdity of politics, the political discourse. so here comes your book. >> about damn time. the qvc guys are coming in in a minute, order now and you'll get one. >> this goes right to what you're talking about in this campaign, "america again: re-becoming the greatness we never weren't," at a time when you write about america's perfect, now we should change it. >> fix it. america is perfect and we have to fix it, ok? because america is an exceptional country. >> why write another book here? >> what? >> i mean, you've written others. >> you obviously haven't read it if you have to ask that question. hey, homer. "iliad" was good. why write "the o
garcia-cannon. jon kelley has the day off. six hours to game time. >> bay area baseball fans holding on to hope after a disappointing home opener. the giants find themselves trailing in a series after losing to the cardinals. fans hope the turn around will make up for the sluggish start. >> we have christie smith live in san francisco if you are heading into the city. we begin with john henry smith live at at&t park this morning where the giants were beaten by the bull pen. good morning, john henry. >> reporter: good morning. the question is is today's game a must win? the answer is maybe. on one hand, if they lose today, they have to go on the road to st. louis this week. they will have to win two of three games to stave off elimination and force game six next sunday. when you consider this is not as bad a proposition as they faced last week in cincinnati when they had to win three games there to get to this point. you'll understand that the giants aren't necessarily overly concerned about dropping game one. >> it's best out of seven. we shown how resilient we can be. you hate to lo
the first debate, jon stewart, the candidate that took on big bird and won. >> and won. beloved children's favored character. romney could have waterboarded alladin, put down blue, deported dora the explorer, and still won walking away. >> reporter: because right along with the persuadable voters out there, the very persuadable writers. >> when you're sitting there watching something, seth, what is your process for coming up with the jokes? >> something like tonight's debate, which will be something we will do on the show. we'll have all the writers throw out ideas. well, if you enjoyed thursday night's vice-presidential debate, you're certainly not alone. >> reporter: not alone because the comedians are right there watching too. david muir, abc news, new york. >> jon stewart has been pretty relentless. in fact, the president is going back to "the daily show" this thursday. in case you want to check that out. >> he's a brave soul. >> should be good. >> thank you for watching this half hour. don't forget to check us out on facebook. >> that's it. more from abc coming up next. >> announcer
and the conservative propaganda machine have opened hunting season. if you saw bill o'reilly's debate with jon stewart a week or so ago you saw big bill repeatedly trying to use me as the poster child for the federal deficit. >>> we have a president here who believes in social justice, alright. he wants to take your money, my money, the money of the one percent. and he wants to give it -- >> he even came armed with a flash card. >> -- bill moyers. there he is. bill gets it. here's what's ridiculous -- >> i wish i had a poster. >> -- $16 trillion debt and we got to pay for bill moyers? let him compete on his own!" >> nice work, o'reilly. and thanks for the attention. but if you had grown up watching sesame street, you'd know your alphabet by now. and you would know npr is not pbs. i'm on television, just like you. well, not exactly like you. you reside in an alternate reality, where the truth is as elusive as a moonbeam and facts as alien as little green men with bug eyes. your flash card even had it wrong. npr doesn't pay me. i don't work for national public radio, never have. this weekly series is on
his second appearance to face political jokes from jon stewart on "the daily show." and bruce springsteen will sing at an obama rally in ohio, and bill clinton will be speaking at the event. >>> supporters of big bird who want to save "sesame street" are planning a million muppets march in washington only three days before the election. and now from the non-scientific file of predicting political winners, reuters reports that based on past elections, if ohio state wins its football game against illinois november 3rd, incumbents including the president could get a small boost on election day, but the opposite effected could happen from sharp attacks reducing votes in states like florida. huh? >>> and saturday night live took on the vice presidential debate making fun of joe biden's frequent laughs and interruptions and paul ryan's complaint about it. >> i know you're under a lot of duress to make up from lost ground, i think the people would be better served if he didn't keep interrupting. >> you don't scare me, shark eyes. that >> that's your morning dish of politics. >>> and
the debate but maybe he will get a few on thedaley show with jon stuart. he is scheduled to be on this thursday and it's his 6th appearance overall. his second since becoming president and this time around, he is going to be chatting with stewart two days after he faces mitt romney in the second presidential debate. >>> the fall season is perfect to take the family and check out gardens and grounds of the white house. this weekend, you will be able to access the rose garden. the children's garden and the south lawn. you can check out the white house kitchen garden which is filled with veg talities herbs and flowers. tours are this friday and saturday. >>> a yard sign is turning -- vegetables, herbs and flowers. tours are this friday and saturday. >> a yard sign is turning heads. >> a child is called a hero. we will tell you how the kid came to his grandmother's rescue after her. [audio not understandable] clear. >> reporter: good morning. not much refreshment in the cola. the cost of live adjustments will be announced tomorrow will not be much. it's the least in almost 40
. >> jon stewart relentless. the president is going back to the "daily show" this thursday. should be good. >> thank you for watching this half-hour. don't forget to check us out on facebook. >> that's it. more from abc coming up next. >> announcer: this is abc's "world news now," informing >>> this morning on "world news now" -- it is down to the wire for presidential debate number two. >> as candidates preparing to face off again tomorrow night we will have a new look at the race. it's monday, october 15th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >>> "world news now." >> like the new creepy voice we have now. "world news now." >> new voiceover guy. >> we like it. sound really -- good morning, everybody. i don't know where i was going with that. good morning, everybody. rob nelson. >> just going to stop you right there before you got in trouble. >> felt myself against that. >> the latest with our new poll and debate preparations in a moment. also this half-hour, the dramatic moment so many baseball fans are talking about. the broken ankle that ended the post season for yank
feeling frustrated at "newsweek." this was when jon meacham was the editor. they suddenly were feeding like nobody was listening to what they were saying, somehow guys with equal or lesser credentials were getting better assignments, getting faster promotions. but this was a young woman who are raised to believe that you could do it anything and be anything you want to be. and also felt that they were post-feminists. the sex wars were all over, we were all equal now. so it couldn't be discrimination. it must be that they were not good enough, that they just weren't talented enough. and then somebody at "newsweek" in the library who had been a longtime told him that in this case of "newsweek" 40 years ago by the women, which they had no idea about. there was no evidence at "newsweek" anymore about this case. so when my favorite stories is they went on google and googled it, and they couldn't find anything so they felt it's not in google, it must not have existed. [laughter] and then someone gave them susan brown miller's memoir and our time, susan had written some pages about our suits
[singing] jenna: jon scott. jon: all the people on stage with me. singers from phantom of the opera. beauty and the beast, and me. cut me some slack. jenna: i think you sound great. jon: thank you for joining us today. jenna: "america live" starts right now. megyn: sounds sounds are sounds great is right. fox news alert a stunning turn in the numbers for this election as a wide lead for the president has all but disappeared with just 22 days to go. welcome to "america live," everyone, i'm megyn kelly. just take a look at the numbers. on september 30th the "real clear politics" average of all polls had the president 74 electoral votes ahead of governor romney. when you looked at how it's likely to turn out in terms of which way states were leaning they used the polls to calculate at that point that the president had 265 votes, just about locked up, compared to just 191 for governor romney. you need 270 to win. fast forward to today, and we see the predicted 74-vote gap has shrunk to a mere 10 votes, and with the momentum now going to the former governor of massachusetts it is hard to
from jon mandel. attack, attack. and does not need a lot of substance, as long as you attack. we saw this in 2010. the paper that did not endorse me six years ago said that voting for jon mandel would be to award one of the nastiest campaigns ever waged in this state. i do not want just conservative talking points. i want to talk about what the ottoville ski mean, what does china policy mean? what do we do with community schools and colleges to grow jobs in this state? >> back to the audience for another question. >> senator brown, in light of the tremendous budget issues that we face -- [inaudible] cut some spending. how are you -- [inaudible] of >> this question was to whom? >> [inaudible] >> senator brown. did you hear the question? >> i did. i convene every year in washington college presidents to talk about how we can have better access, share ideas to have middle-class, working class kids go to college. one way we do not do that is more tax cuts for the rich. you have got to interesincreased interest on loans. has happened too much in the past decade when the whole government w
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are too. >>> this weekend i joined bill o'reilly, john king, and jon stewart at the beacon theater for a good cause. it's stewart's annual night of too many stars benefit to support programs for autistic children and teens. o. >> to show how much these two believe in the cause, bill o'reilly and chris matthews are going to debate the crucial issues of today, and they're going to do it while inhaling helium. so let's see how that goes. it's helium time! >> here are the rules, neither participant shall be permitted to speak without first filling their lungs with helium. >> are you with us? >> no. >> our annual deficits are now -- i might want a little more. $1 trillion a year. the president says it's time to raise taxes on the rich. >> i think matthews might be hollow. >> governor romney said that would inhibit job creation. >> comedy central advises us we'll get another clip later this week where i do speak under the influence of helium. anyway, think the chipmunks. you do not want to miss that. night of too many stars airs on comedy central. >>> up next, which mitt romney will show
you so much to both of you. kt, rich, see you later. bill: jon scott "happening now," how you doing. jon: i am doing well, good morning to you, bill, the race for the white house is tight and getting tighter. the new washington post polling to share with you, plus the growing mess about the attack on our diplomats in libya, martha was just talking about it, what the administration knew and when the debate on that is growing. the next generation of disease, bugs that jump from animals to humans, some scary stuff. also tomorrow's debate moderator candy crowley already coming under fire from both sides. what has them upset? our news watch panel weighs in. it's all "happening now." bill: a community shaken to its core. a young girl kidnapped blocks from her home and found murdered. now a killer in that town is on the run. >> if you see something that is suspicious our recommendation is to just leave it and call us. this p*erpb is still ou person is still out there and you never know what will be the piece for us to find him. ♪ [ slap! ] [ slap! sp! slap! slap! ] ow! [ male announcer ]
. thanks, also, to jon alterman and csis for hosting this conference on the maghreb in transition, seeking stability in an era of uncertainty. i also wish to acknowledge dr. terrab for his strong support of this important conference and members of the diplomatic corps as well. now, why are we here, and why is this conference so timely? well, to start with what happens in this dynamic region has far-reaching consequences for our own security and prosperity. and we know very well that it is most important to the people of this region whose aspirations and ambitions deserve to be met. but recent events have raised questions about what lies ahead, what lies ahead for the region, what lies ahead for the rest of us who have watched with great hope as general scowcroft said, the events that have unfolded in the maghreb. a terrorist attack in benghazi, the burning of an american school in tunis, these and other scenes of anger and violence have understandably led americans to ask what is happening, what is happening to the promise of the arab spring? and what does this mean for the be united state
of the panelists. has there been any discussion about what's going on in other countries -- jon, the center. there hasn't been discussion what is going on among the countries. they are in transition and have hundreds of years of relationships. lots of affinity particularly of this between algeria and morocco but there's been many visits between senior government officials from all the countries, private sector, they are participating. what is your sense if not on the government level on the civil society level of the activities among the society in algeria, tunisia and morocco? >> we will go into this on the panel but in terms of the gentleman's questions if anyone wants to tackle that on the political level. >> that's a good question. >> which do you mean? >> [inaudible] >> increased interactions since whatever, the arab uprising among officials with their neighbors in tunisia have there been more interactions in tunisia which has taken a leadership role in resurrecting the amu? where is that going or anywhere? with regard to morocco, does it have a broader regional role now in a had two y
. >> jon stewart has been pretty relentless. in fact, the president is going back to the "daily show" this thursday. should be good. >> he is a brave soul. >> thank you for watching this half-hour. don't forget to check us out on facebook. >> that's it. more from abc coming up next. >> announcer: this is abc's "world news now," informing insomniacs for two decades.
to talk about this second presidential debate, ana navarro, former adviser to jon huntsman and john mccain and cnn contributor. and right here in studio, richard socarides, former adviser to president bill clinton. ana, i want to start with you. we've been talking about the effects of the first presidential debate and how mitt romney seems to turn this race around. there's a very interesting statistic from this new politico/george washington university poll. they add, who do you think will win the election? before the first debate, people said president obama. 61% said president obama. after the first presidential debate, it was just 53%. there we go. there's the magic number right there so you can all see it. 61% before the first debate. afterwards, 53%. it really seemed to change the perception of this race. so does it change the expectation game, ana, going into the second debate? >> i think it has changed the expectation debate. i think the expectations on president obama are not as high as they were in the first debate. the first debate, the question asked of many people was, who
defense spending, my name's jon shermer, u.s. army, obviously. the question is, well, there's three components to defense spending. you know, you've got your force structure, you've got your readynd, and you've got your modernization. and what are the effects of defense spend anything each of those on the economy? you know, et seems to me to look at it from the aggregate is interesting, but to also drill down into, you know, a dollar that goes into force structure, what does that buy us from an economic perspective, a dollar that goes into modernization, what does that buy us, and a dollar that goes into readiness, what does that buy us? >> you'd have to have a market in which those things are priced, and we don't have that. we just can ask the question much more qualitatively what are the contributions of those functions to, quote, national security, unquote, and then try to put a value on that, or at least an effectiveness measure. it's like trying to measure the military effectiveness of a division. how do we do that? well, we have division-equivalent firepower, and we love score
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